The student news site of St. Louis Park High School

The Echo

The student news site of St. Louis Park High School

The Echo

The student news site of St. Louis Park High School

The Echo

The perfect blend: Parks best cafes

The perfect blend: Parks best cafes

Anya Panday September 8, 2022

I, like many people, get bored studying in one spot for 165 days a year. To find a little variety, I bounce around local coffee shops to find better spots to study in. Over the past year, I’ve frequented...

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Top 3 films of summer 2022

Abby Bartleson September 6, 2022

This summer has been a noteworthy season for new movies. With an increasing number of theatergoers and fewer movies being released on demand, I took the chance to watch some of the most anticipated films...

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Not the best, just another one

Alicia Mainjeni August 29, 2022

Record producer DJ Khaled dropped his newest album, “GOD DID” on Aug. 26th, 2022. It is full of surprises and has the media buzzing. The album features various artists, but rarely Khaled himself. Khaled...

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Andy Grammer exudes joy

Sergei Bovee June 8, 2022

Andy Grammer released his newest album June 3. . His music is generally positive, and this album is no different. The new album, “The Art of Joy,” works to encourage positive thoughts.  All songs,...

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New platformer from the Warner Company released

Sergei Bovee June 8, 2022

In November 2021, a new platform fighter named Multiversus was announced to the gaming community being developed by the Warner company. There have been numerous betas from November to now. There have been...

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Twelve Carat Toothace’ gives opening to artists life

Lex Lee June 8, 2022

“Twelve Carat Toothace” by Post Malone dropped after a three year long wait June 3, 2022. The hit artist Post Malone's goal of this album was to give you an open look at his personal life and struggles.  “Twelve...

“Everything Everywhere all at Once” shocks viewers 

“Everything Everywhere all at Once” shocks viewers 

Sarah Kluckhohn June 8, 2022

Everything Everywhere all at Once released in the United States May 25 to an avalanche of positive reviews. Fans raved about the masterful editing, costumes and the story at the heart of it all.  Going...

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‘Chip ‘n Dale’ is the funniest comedy this year

Alex Geretz June 7, 2022

In the grand sea of movies taking themselves way too seriously, I often find myself itching for a lighthearted movie without sky-high stakes. “Chip ‘n Dale: Rescue Rangers” is the kind of movie...

Angel Food offers fun flavored popsicles for summer. They have partnered with Frio Frio for this collaboration.

Sweet new treats for summer

Nina Miller June 6, 2022

As the weather is getting warmer and it is getting closer to summer, the want for new, fun, frozen treats is a must. Thankfully, the new Angel Food Bakery and Coffee Bar has recently opened their own frozen...

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Tate McRae creates meaningful songs

Mya Stanberry June 5, 2022

Tate McRae is an underrated artist. At the age of 18, she’s written many songs that have the same beat to them. Her songs can be a good crying session or encapsulate the feeling of getting over someone...

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‘Harry’s House’ is artist’s third masterpiece

Modesty Manion May 31, 2022

For such a talented and popular musician, it’s surprising to think that Harry Styles’ “Harry’s House” is only the third album in his discography. Styles released his sophomore album, Fine Line,...

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Review: Mr. Morale or Mr. Mediocre?

Anya Panday May 31, 2022

It’s been five years since Kendrick Lamar released his last album “DAMN,” and with such a big gap, the response to “Mr. Morale & the Big Steppers” was astounding — with Spotify and Apple...

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